This is an article on a district that has spent million on technology integration. The problem is that there were no real gains seen in student learning. What the author alludes to is that technology means nothing if there is no change in mentality. The straight rows are an artifact of the 20th century yet we still insist on them. There must be support for teachers to rethink what technology integration means at the core. It is not just technology but the very foundation of how learning happens in a given classroom. The classroom structure itself is just as important as the technology itself. Very interesting reading because it does not only focus on what technology you use, but how you, as a teacher, run your classroom.